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At least 77 killed as train derails in Spain
A train travelling from Madrid to Ferrol derails, killing at least 77 people and injuring many others. The death toll continues to rise.
LTA splurges S$285m on Caldecott station constructionCaldecott station is scheduled to complete in 2020. (Singapore Business Review photo)
The Land Transport Authority has awarded the construction of Caldecott station for a contract sum of S$285 million. Scheduled to complete in 2020, the station will be an interchange connecting the future Thomson Line with the Circle Line.
China charges Bo Xilai with corruptionChina's senior politician, Bo Xilai, has been charged. (Reuters photo)
China’s former Chongqing Municipality Communist Party Secretary, Bo Xilai, has been charged with bribery, abuse of power and corruption. He is likely to be found guilty, though it is unlikely that he will receive the death penalty.
Toddler killed in China over parking rowA Chinese man accidentally kills a two-year-old girl. (AFP file photo)
A Chinese men throws a two-year-old girl to the ground, killing her, after her mother apparently refused to makeRead More »from Top 5 stories for Thursday, 25 July 2013